A meat-lovers’ paradise, the small and intimate Pitt Cue Co serves up sticky ribs and meats served with the likes of beans, ‘slaw and pickles in rustic tin trays. The size of the venue and no bookings facility means you should get here early to secure a spot.
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Venue Details & Map
Pitt Cue Co.
1 Newburgh StreetSohoLondonW1F 7RB
- +44 (0)20 7287 5578
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Had the pulled pork and bone marrow mash. It was pretty good but overpriced for what you get. I know it's London, but it still didn't live up to the billing.
My biggest knock against the place is the loudness. It was nearly deafening. Also £4 for a PBR has to be the most hipster thing I've seen in the UK so far and I live in Shoreditch!more
Since I am a BBQ nerd by myself I was curious about what London had to offer.
So I always was pointed to this "small basement" bbq restaurant in Soho.
We stand over two hourers in line on a rainy cold saturday evening, one hour outside and one our inside.
The extreme minimalistic interior is not "my cup of tea".
There are about 20 seats downstairs. The music was loud and unpleasent.
caramelised ribs - awesome! 3 big ribs with beautiful fall-off-the-bone meat
pulled pork bun - everything others have said about the pork stands...the brioche bun is as expected
smoked featherblade - absolutely succulent, crisp but not dry and the gelatine in the middle is just oh-so-good
1. Marrow mash - say no more on this... could have 3 bowls of just that
2. chilli slaw - fresh,...more
Only been to this place twice but I would easily place this as one of my top 5 favourite places to eat in London.
This place is quite executive, pricey and exclusive. We had to turn up at 4:30 (an hour before opening) to make sure we got a seat. A queue forms very quickly and it can take a while to get seated as there aren't many spaces.
Started with a Bourbon Treacle cocktail, truly...more
So that was my 4th on the Esquire's list of the best places to grab a BBQ pulled pork (and the 1st on their list: http://www.esquire.co.uk/food-drink/man-food/4101/pulled-pork/1/). Long story short: the sandwich there is sooo good.
But then there is a wait. A long wait. I ventured there on Saturday night which is probably the worst it can get. The place (both bar area upstairs and the...more